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Polarizing

The manufacturer of televisions put on one to another on shutter glasses, Polarizing glasses. What is the difference between shutter glasses and glasses? When the first 3D TVs on the market came, there was just TV shutter glasses technology. Here the glasses via infrared in constant contact with the TV. The glasses switch switch off times per second from bright to dark and allow so the 3D effect. This is generated by two images overlapping. The TV has a 200Hz-Technik, then the image will be shown two hundred times per second. A hundred times, the image from a perspective and a hundred times from the other perspective would appear. So two different perspectives will be presented to the eyes.

The advantage when using shutter glasses is that it has the full HD resolution, because this just shows the image only very quickly turns to. The disadvantage is that the image looks darker on the TV and the flicker can be too tiring for the eyes. With the glasses on the other hand, another technique is used. You know this from most theaters, at where you can get a disposable 3D glasses. This, the 3D image is not created by a rapid change of the perspective, but the rows of TV are split.

The prospect is on the straight lines and the different perspective shown on the odd rows. The polarized glasses causes only that one will be shown on the respective eye the right lines. In contrast to the shutter glasses need glasses also no special battery and are thus easier and usually more comfortable to wear. The disadvantage is that the 3D image is usually not quite as good as with shutter glasses and that it has no full HD resolution by splitting the lines at 3D movies. Usually the shutter glasses technology is used in expensive televisions. What is there for TV in the future? The TV market in constant change is natural. What is still good will in a few years already the outdated technology belong to, just as it is with HD ready and co. was. The next major highlights at TVs probably OLED displays will be the Pictures never seen before quality and colours will allow. Who has seen an OLED screen, for which no other TV technology will come more in question. And also at the 3dtvs a lot going on. Probably you can forgo eventually completely the pesky 3D glasses. There are already some expensive TV, where you can see 3D films without 3D glasses. Also here the technology evolves rapidly fast forward, probably it will normal be in a few years, that you can see 3D films without 3D glasses. We hope we could give a little help to buy a new TV with the article. One was still said: it will never be the right moment, to buy a television, because shortly after they bought one, will be out of date again this. So you buy a television then, if you deem it necessary.

Sat, February 20 2016 » News